SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Sacramento Dentistry Group recently helped the public better recognize
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Do Not Use Toothpaste
While toothpaste is great for cleaning teeth, it also contains abrasives that wear away dentures. (Tooth enamel replaces the minor amounts of loss caused by brushing away stains and plaque on your teeth.) So instead of using toothpaste to clean dentures, try the following substances:
After cleaning dentures, if they are not going to be worn they should be kept moist in water or soaking solutions designed for dentures.
Getting Help With Dentures
The Sacramento Dentistry Group is able to help denture wearers in many ways, either by maintaining and repairing the dentures, resizing dentures or installing dental implants to make "snap-in" or "snap-on" dentures with a firm foundation in the jawbone. For more information about these offerings, contact them at their downtown Sacramento office on 1105 E Street, via their website at sacramentodentistry.com or by calling 916-538-6900.
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